Victoria C. Duke
Visiting Professor of Lawvduke@johnmarshall.edu
B.A., Texas State University
J.D., Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Professor Duke joins the Atlanta’s John Marshall faculty with a wealth of knowledge for instructing law students. For the first fifteen years of her career, she served as the Interim Director of Clinics & Instructor at Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law. While there, and among other things, she prepared and delivered classroom components of legal clinic classes on various subjects. She also provided leadership and developed and managed multiple stages of the Clinical Programs.
She then served as the Director of Legal Writing & Associate Professor of Law at Florida A & M University College of Law for seven years before teaching at both Indiana Tech School of Law and the University of Arkansas.
Forward for the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Wiley A. Branton Issues Symposium Issue Education: The New Civil Rights, 68 Arkansas Law Review 5 (Symposium Issue 2015) (coauthored).
Calumnious News Reporting: Defamatory Law Is More Than Sticks And Stones For Civic Duty Participants, 93 Nebraska Law Review 690 (March 2015).
A Silk Purse Does Not Come From a Sow’s Ear: Non-Class Aggregate Settlements Based on Public Law Erodes the Model of Private Law, 8 Seton Hall Cir. Rev. 309 (Spring 2012).
Reverse Mortgage Facilitators Harvesting Benefits While Escaping Fiduciary Duties: Who’s Really Looking Out For Whom? 10 Florida State Business Review Journal 117 (Spring 2011).
Who Is Responsible When You Shop Until You Drop? An Impact On The Use Of The Aggressive Marketing Schemes Of ‘Black Friday’ Through Enterprise Liability Concepts, 50 Santa Clara Law Review 747 (2010).
Environmental Dispute Resolution: Combining Settlement Mechanisms for Transnational Enforcement of International Environment Disputes, 14 Missouri Environmental Law & Policy Review 97 (2007).
Media, Public & Professional Appearances
Inaugural LegalED Conference Presenter, American University, Washington College of Law, Integrating Experiential Skills into the Classroom Without Interrupting the Lesson Plan, https://vimeo.com/106430685 or http://legaledweb.com/teaching-pedagogy. April 4, 2014.
KCTV5 News Television Interview, Reverse Mortgages, aired November 2012.
Southeastern Association of Law Schools 2012 Annual Conference, Amelia Island, FL, Regulating Senior Living Environments (Presentation) August 2012.
Florida Legal Scholarship Forum, Tampa FL, A Silk Purse Does Not Come From a Sow’s Ear: Non-Class Aggregate Settlements Based on Public Law Erodes the Model of Private Law (Presentation) November 2011.